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Synonyms for autochthonous

existing, born, or produced in a land or region

Synonyms for autochthonous

of rocks, deposits, etc.

originating where it is found

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Autochthonous disseminated dermal and visceral leishmaniasis in an AIDS patient, southern Thailand, caused by Leishmania siamensis.
They said 'Our intervention herein is to set the records straight in confirmation of the autochthonous status of Okomu kingdom, being an integral part of the Ijaw-Apoi and the aboriginal riverine Ijaw ethnic nationality.
Then, it is essential to isolate and evaluate autochthonous microorganisms as components of microbiological formulae with aquaculture purposes (5).
During May 15, 2015-December 15, 2016, autochthonous Zika virus transmission was confirmed in 48 countries and territories in the Region of the Americas.
Ecologic modeling has predicted that this region of the United States is at increased risk for autochthonous Chagas disease.
These data show that leprosy in Spain is mainly an imported disease, although some autochthonous cases have been also seen.
Finally, a couple of substantive chapters address the implementation of confession and penitence, steered by the overall project of imposing Western cultural and economic conceptual perspectives on the Andean autochthonous peoples.
Without a flourishing economy which provides gainful employment to those living in autochthonous minority language communities, these communities see a loss of speakers as people leave to find work and affordable housing.
Health Minister Felix Kabange said seven of the proven cases were autochthonous, while 58 were imported from Angola, where the outbreak began.
The Philippines is among the countries classified by the World Health Organization (WHO) as those with reported or indication of autochthonous or local Zika virus transmission and no reports of GBS or microcephaly.
The goal is to profile the diversity of native species as well as define "a genetic signature" for autochthonous Saccharomyces to identify truly indigenous strains.
As plantation owners, the Bamileke drew on an advantage that autochthonous landowners or even European planters did not have: free labour mobilized through family and patronage networks (p.
The first issue was to cleanse the territory of autochthonous groups.
quelen to be composed by a diversity of food items (17 distinct items), both from autochthonous and allochthonous origin (as show in Table 1 ).